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This fact sheet is intended to help food service premises owners and operators, public health stakeholders, and the general public understand, implement and enforce Ontario’s menu labelling legislation as it may apply to regulated movie theatres.
This fact sheet is intended to help food service premises owners and operators, public health stakeholders, and the general public understand, implement and enforce Ontario’s menu labelling legislation as it may apply to regulated convenience stores.
This fact sheet is intended to help food service premises owners and operators, public health stakeholders, and the general public understand, implement and enforce Ontario’s menu labelling legislation as it may apply to quick service restaurants.
This fact sheet is intended to help food service premises owners and operators, public health stakeholders, and the general public understand, implement and enforce Ontario’s menu labelling legislation as it may apply to cafeteria-style food service premises.
This US-based report presents information to assist policymakers and interested citizens in determining whether menu labeling is a viable alternative for their constituents and communities.
This US-based report describes changes in sodium content of processed and restaurant foods, and brand variations between 2005 and 2015.
The purpose of this US-based Action Guide is to provide guidance for public health practitioners on how to develop, implement, and partner on initiatives and activities around food retail in order to improve access, availability, and affordability of healthier foods and beverages.
This report describes the findings of a study examining the content appealing to children and young people on websites of top food and drink retail brands in Ireland, marketing techniques on Facebook Pages of food brands that have the highest reach among young teens, and parents’ awareness of digital food marketing to their children.
Assessment of the retail food environment is part of a comprehensive approach to healthier retail food initiatives. This US-based document provides public health practitioners with an overview of how to develop an assessment of their community's retail food environment, including focus, planning, implementation and communication of assessment results.

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